Jesus combined diverse people and assorted stories to change the world! Now, He wants to use you! When the students of Rosewood High School lose their theater, music and dance departments ... See full summary »
When a pastor is shaken by the visible faith of a street corner preacher, he is reminded that true belief always requires action. His response ignites a journey that impacts everyone it touches in ways that only God could orchestrate.
A widower who loses custody of his daughter finds himself unable to hold down a job. He agrees to drive a truck across the country, no questions asked. But when he discovers what he is delivering, he is faced with a life-changing choice.
Bianca A. Santos,
The Columbine Massacre of April 20, 1999 completely redefined America's view of the lives of high school students. Drawn straight from Columbine victim Rachel Joy Scott's words and journal entries, through the insight of her mother, Beth Nimmo, it is the true story of a high school student whose compassionate, caring faith caused her to reach out to fellow students including her killers who made her a target of their murderous plan.Written by
In early drafts of the script, after Rachel Scott reveals her faith, Dylan Klebold says to Eric Harris, "Know where I would be if I tried to 'be real with everyone about 'who I am?' Tied to a fence about 120 miles north of here with my brains bashed in!" It's a reference to the murder of Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyoming. Klebold is implying that he is gay, like Shepard was. The line was removed after the June 2016 mass shooting at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. See more »
In the film, Dylan drives Eric around. In real life, Eric had his own car. See more »
This is probably the most well-made Pure Flix film to date.
Too bad it's taking advantage of a tragedy to push it's religious agenda.
You see, when you make a movie about such a tragedy, you owe it to the survivors, and the families of the deceased to get your facts right...as well as not push your agenda.
The ending to this film never happened. It didn't. The rest of the film probably didn't happen either (save for the actual school shooting).
The most offensive thing about this film isn't even the "this is a true story" aspect to it, despite being riddled with falsehoods.
No the most offensive thing about this film is how it tries to manipulate you, especially at the end of film, by using such a tragedy to elicit an emotional response. They even got actual survivors and friends of Rachel to place flowers and such on her car, though none of them seem to question the validity of the movie (probably because they had no idea just how bad the movie really is).
Movies about tragedy can be made, but please, don't use tragedy as a backdrop for your agenda.
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